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Europe After The Lisbon Treaty. Strategies for the Future

ccording to Małgorzata Kołakowska, President of ING Bank Śląski, public spending meant that we can be glad of the term‘green island’in reference to Poland. In her opinion lower income is compensated for by credit. However, in the future we may have to face a problem related to the indebtedness index spe- cied in the law on public nance. Reiner Kneifel-Haverkamp from the Chancellery of the government of Brandenburg, remarked that the methods of saving, which were applied in his region, included joint realisation of certain tasks by small units and the creation of companies by local self-governments. A

owadays, regions’ development requires implementing new structural so- lutions, an example of which is industrial clusters. It is advisable that reach region should establish and develop clusters around these specic areas which are its primary advantage. Cluster members prepare projects which may at- tract the best scientists or other companies from a given sector. In return for the given support regions use the growing importance of their clusters and their attrac- tiveness for investors. The issue of clusters’ eectiveness and the point of investing in them and their role in poorer regions was discussed by Benoît Consigny from N

Wojciech Kozak, Member of the Board, Malopolska Region, Poland Jacek Ryński, Chairman of the Board, Electus LTD, Poland Małgorzata Kołakowska, Chairman of the Board, ING Bank Slaski S.A, Poland

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